Bright plum with magenta hues, it has lifted forest berry fruits with hints of liquorice and spice. Plum and dark fruit from the Shiraz are complemented by the raspberries, red cherries and spice from the Grenache, creating a rich compote of flavours on the palate. These flavours are balanced on the palate by the chalky Mourvèdre tannins that provide a slightly savoury finish that lingers long after the wine is consumed. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
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